Authors: Steve Faulkner
This article is one of a series explaining the nature of mathematical undecidability discovered present within quantum mechanics. In the measurement problem, the act of relating quantum effects to macroscopic reference sytems is seen as the instrumental process. A brief outline is given telling how an axiomatic implementation of scalars in mathematical physics theoreticaly controls indeterminacy and cause. Wave mechanics of the free particle is outlined along these lines. General solutions for this system are mathematically undecidable, indeterminate formulae. The indeterminacy is seen to vanish for extremely large scales.
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[v1] 30 Jan 2011
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